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Patch 3.2 PTR Tier 9 set names II {WoW}

Jun 24th 2009 10:35PM I guess the Devs forgot about Elling Trias, badass rogue turned cheese king. I'd have really enjoyed the T9 set for Alliance rogues being named after him rather then VanCleef.

Mountain Dew Battle Bots now live {WoW}

Jun 9th 2009 4:08PM Total crap that you need a battlenet account. Considering how buggy they've been for logins, i've opted not to convert over until absolutely necessary.

A closer look at the School of Hard Knocks {WoW}

May 1st 2009 6:13PM Here is the problem with the achievement for me, its not necessarily getting the achievement itself, its the fact that everyone in BG's are playing them for the achievement. Thats the major problem, its hard for those who enjoy PvP to go into a battleground and have everyone more concerned with the achievement then the battleground objectives.

In otherwords, its defeating the purpose of the battlegrounds. The blues have counter argued the fact of "Its only a week, just get over it." Which really goes to show they're either not getting the clear picture or care less what the PvP community thinks. Granted, WoW is primarily a PvE game.. I get that but at the very least they could of have made an achievement viable to the objectives of the battleground... something that would keep everyone in the BG focused on completing it or winning it.

Face the developers on the PTR tonight {WoW}

May 1st 2009 5:18PM Isn't this sad.. I'm more tempted to PvP on the PTR then live realms because of Blizzard's achievement fever.

US Arena qualifier results in {WoW}

Apr 23rd 2009 10:05PM Why can't top ranking teams not come up with cool names? Just a thought.

But honestly, I'm surprised Warlocks made such a comeback as an arena staple, especially in the US side of things. Also the return of seeing the DKless RMP teams is quite interesting as well. Though more RMP teams are showing up EU side. And I agree Druids will make a return in 3.3

The Colosseum: Abusive of Twisting Nether {WoW}

Apr 4th 2009 7:44PM First Legion is a good set of guys. Makes me wish I rolled Alliance on Twisting Nether instead of Horde.

As for Shamans rocking arena, its a real stretch from the norm but the stats don't lie. Shamans aren't exactly known for topping 2k+ lately. The only more surprising detail would be the Shaman being resto.

The ultimate thing about arena that you have to remember is if you have the high end skill, you'll get the high end gear and you'll be a pretty tough player to come across. Sure the score isn't going to hit gold, but its extremely impressive given the set up. I'm sure if there were a Prot Warrior or Prot Pali and other class with a 2200 score, they'd be interviewed here in a heartbeat.

Relic beats Activision-Blizzard in developer showdown {WoW}

Apr 2nd 2009 7:51PM This wasn't on Zero Punctuation... so I should care why?

Seriously though, anyone who is saddened because the website that hosts Ben Croshaw's Zero Punctuation doesn't like Blizzard should really take a fanboy examination right now.

I care more about a company's actions more then what some blog said on the subject.

Blizzard vs. Relic Entertainment in The Escapist's March Mayhem {WoW}

Mar 25th 2009 8:22PM Wait.. the Escapist has other stuff besides Zero Punctuation?

Vin Diesel plays WoW. Probably. {WoW}

Mar 21st 2009 11:12AM I really sort of agree with you on this. However, you can also consider that in an age where you have celebrities becoming 'poser gamers' so that they can appeal to that group of people its sort of a piece of mind issue to know that there are people that really are just like us out there in all walks of life, be they actors, athletes, or politicians.

But ultimately I look at an article like this and say "Cool." and then move on.

WoW Insider Show Episode 81: Same place, new time {WoW}

Mar 16th 2009 1:04PM Everything can be made better with a little bit of Patrick, and this is of course based purely on the coolness of his accent.